By now you’ve probably seen the video of actor and singer-songwriter Mandy Moore singing “Let’s Go, Let’s Go” to a crowd in Atlanta.
That video has garnered millions of views and a whole slew of memes on social media, which we’ve compiled below.
We’ve also included a few other videos and quotes from the clip that have captured the attention of the internet.
Here’s what you need to know about the clip:The clip was recorded at the Atlanta Opera House during the Atlanta Jazz Festival in 2018.
While it may not have made much of a splash on the internet, the performance is considered one of the greatest moments in black musical history.
Moore sings the song to a live crowd of people, with the help of a live band.
The clip also shows Moore’s comedic side, as she makes fun of herself on-screen.
Moore’s character, Selena, is an opera singer in Atlanta who struggles with the pressures of being black in America.
In the video, she sings a song that she thinks is “a big joke,” but instead it’s a great compliment for her character.
The video also features other prominent black celebrities, including Mandy Scott, a comedian who has starred in several movies.
She has been an outspoken supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the video is one of her most popular.
In a video posted on Twitter in May, Scott said she was inspired by the song and that she felt “like I was singing at my funeral.”
Scott has also performed the song at various other venues, including the Atlanta International Festival and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
The video of Moore singing the song has been viewed over 1.3 million times.
The Atlanta Jazz festival is often associated with a lot of social justice issues, but there are a few notable events that have been banned from the festival this year.
In 2017, an anti-racism activist named Mariah Carey was forced to cancel her performance at the festival after she posted an anti–Semitic tweet about Donald Trump.
Carey had said that “black lives matter” during the concert.
In 2018, Atlanta’s annual Gay Pride Parade was canceled due to the Trump administration’s decision to ban the parade.
A similar situation occurred this year when the Atlanta Black History Month celebration was cancelled, as well as the African American History Month festival.